Get 15% off when you buy KLIA Express/Transit tickets with Touch ‘n Go eWallet

Touch ‘n Go eWallet today announced that it has entered a partnership with Express Rail Link (ERL) to enable convenient cashless payment solution for all users heading to and from KLIA or KLIA2 via the KLIA Express or KLIA Transit service.

To celebrate the partnership, the leading e-wallet provider is offering 15 percent discount on selected KLIA Express and KLIA Transit adult and child tickets.

The special offer is also applicable to certain concession fares on KLIA Transit, specifically for Malaysian senior citizens, students with Kad Diskaun Siswa 1Malaysia (KADS1M), as well as differently-abled passengers with OKU cards issued by the Department of Social Welfare Malaysia.

The promotion is applicable only for over the counter purchases and not applicable for other payment channels such as website, self-service kiosk or the gate. It runs from now until 30 June 2020 (or the first MYR1 million worth of discount value at all counters, whichever comes first).

Both Single and Return Trip tickets are valid for one month from the date of purchase.

The promotion can be utilised at any time during the operation hours of the ERL Ticket Counters throughout the promotion period.

It’s a shame that you can’t buy KLIA Express/Transit tickets directly within the Touch ‘n Go eWallet app but perhaps this can be integrated in the near future.

Touch ‘n Go eWallet has rapidly expanded its merchant acceptance points, now standing at over 135,000 across the country. Riding on its strength in mobility solutions, the leading e-wallet provider has also spread its wings into food delivery, car-sharing services, and with even more to come. It’s the first and only e-wallet of its kind to offer a Money-back Guarantee (MBG) and is also one of the e-wallets selected for the government’s e-Tunai Rakyat initiative.

For more info about the promotion, visit the Touch ‘n Go eWallet promotions page.

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